This is one of the best interviews I’ve heard in a while. My coworker told me about it as I left the quiet and mostly empty office (very late) this evening. I always knew that Scott Simon was a brilliant interviewer, but I did not know how insightful and profound Terrence Howard is. It makes sense because he’s magic on screen. I’m still mulling over some of the things he said.
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I’m pretty sure “The Wire” has completely and absolutely taken over my life — not to mention my roommate’s. Here are the telltale signs:
- We named the mouse we saw — and our wireless connection — ‘McNutty’ after Officer McNulty.
- When my roommate was coming home from work one day, she saw a homeless man and said she immediately thought of Bubs.
- When my roommate was listening to a program about the anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, she heard “towers” and said she thought of the towers in the projects.
- We — yes, this is true — do our best to talk to each other like ganstas in the show, even though both of us have sweet, high voices and Midwestern accents.
N: “You be trippin’, yo. You gots to get got.”
Me: “Damn, what you sayin’ boy? You be workin’ dem corners.”
N: “Most def.”
We’re nearly through Season 4 — one more season and then we’ll have to a find another series that even slightly compares. I’m not sure it’s possible. Shiiiiiiiiiiiiiit.